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John Locke Tercentenary, 2004

The year 2004 marked the tercentenary of Locke’;s death on October 28, 1704. A number of conferences celebrating this occasion; these conferences and the papers presented are listed below.

In addition, there have been a number of articles noting and celebrating the occasion, such as those by Richard Yeo in The Australian, David Armitage in TLS, and Mark Goldie in History today.

“Locke, les idées et les choses”: Journée internaitonale d’études pour le tricentenaire de John Locke, Centre d’Histoire de la Philosophie Moderne, 23 janvier 2004; coordination: Luisa Simonutti

Alexander, P. “How could a respectable seventeenth century empiricist be influenced by Robert Boyle?” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Brykman, G. “Méthode descriptive et sémiotiké dans l’Essai.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Cléro, J.-P. “Dynamique et objets chez Locke.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Schuurman, P. “Locke and Descartes on ideas and truth.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Simonutti, L. “Locke traducteur de Nicole, Of the weaknesse of man.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Vienne, J.-M. “Le nom, obstacle ou condition dans l’accès aux choses.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

John Locke Tercentenary Conference, St. Anne’s College, Oxford, 2-4 April 2004; sponsored by the British Society for the History of Philosophy; organized by G.A.J. Rogers

al-Allaf, M. “Superaddition and miracles in Locke’s philosophy of science and metaphysics.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Allen, K. “Mechanism, resemblance and secondary qualities.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Anstey, P. “Locke and Burthogge on generation.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Ayers, M. “Locke and idealism.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Bolton, M. B. “Complexities in Locke’s notion of simple ideas.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Chappell, V. “Locke on the nature of persons.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Harris, I. “Sex, power and consent in Two treatises of government.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Harris, J. A. “What was the influence of Locke’s Essay on British eighteenth century philosophy?” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Hill, J. “Primary and secondary qualities and Locke’s impulse principle.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Kaufman, D. “Locke on individuation and the corpuscular basis of kinds.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Lovatti, M. “General ideas and the knowability of essences.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

MacIntosh, J. “Locke and Boyle on the primary and secondary quality distinction.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Merrill, B. “Framing civil conversation, probable judgment, civil government.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Milton, J. “The unscholastic statesman.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Milton, P. “Locke the plotter?” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Noonan, H. “Locke on personal identity.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Nuovo, V. “Locke’s reading of St Paul.” 2004. – Chapter 5.

Savonius, S.-J. “Friendship in Locke’s political imagination.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Schumacher, R. “Locke on the reality of simple ideas.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Schuurman, P. “Lockean rationalism and Cartesian empiricism?” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Simonutti, L. “The ‘Dry club’ and the virtual ‘salon littéraire’ at Oates.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Stewart, M. A. “Revelation and certainty.” 2004. – Chapter 5.

Stuart, M. “Locke’s theory of identity.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Tomida, Y. “Locke’s representationalism without veil.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Vienne, J.-M. “Ideas of relations, relations between things.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Walmsley, J. C. “The development of Locke’s natural philosophy.” 2004. – Chapter 9.

Yeo, R. “John Locke’s ‘New method’ and the tradition of commonplaces.” 2004. – Chapter 11.

“Civility, philosophy and public debate : a conference marking the 300th anniversary of the death of John Locke (1632-1704),” Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 12, 2004.

Anstey, P. “Locke and botany.” 2004. – Chapter 9.

Armitage, D. “Locke’s Americana.” 2004. – Chapter 8.

Broad, J. “A woman’s influence?” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Condren, C. “John Locke’s Second treatise.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Hindess, B. “The state of nature.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Ivison, D. “The moral structure of native title.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Kane, J. “Locke on property and value.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Maund, B. “Does Locke have two conceptions of ideas?” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Nuovo, V. “A portrait of John Locke as a Christian virtuoso.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Thiel, U. “Lockean selves in the French Enlightenment.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Yeo, R. “John Locke on friendship.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

“John Locke Day Programme,” Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol, October 23, 2004.

Bertram, C. “Enforcing rights in the state of nature.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Bird, A. “Locke on the natures of things.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Bou-Habib, P. “Locke on religion and politics.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Pyle, A. “Locke and ‘the incomparable Mr Newton’.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Thomas, W. “Locke and the Revolution of 1688.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

“John Locke through the centuries : assessing the Lockean legacy, 1704-2004,” Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, October 28-30, 2004.

Arneil, B. “Locke and the Americas.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Champion, J. “The Reasonableness of Christianity.” 2004. – Chapter 5.

Goldie, M. “The early biographical tradition.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Harris, I.Two treatises of government.” 2004. – Chapter 7.

Israel, J. “John Locke and the intellectual legacy of the early Enlightenment.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Marshall, J. “The toleration tracts.” 2004. – Chapter 6.

Milton, J. R. “The modern biographical tradition.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Rogers, G. A. J.An essay concerning human understanding.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Shapiro, I. “Locke’s legacy in the wider world.” 2004. – Chapter 2.

Schuurman, P. “Locke and the sciences.” 2004. – Chapter 9.

“Reconsiderations of John Locke’s Life and Philosophy on the 300th Anniversary of His Death,” Midwest American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, October 10, 2004.

Buickerood, J. G. “Idiots, changelings, naturals, fools.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Dalunas, A. C. “Recognition and accountability.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Moots, G. A. “John Locke and the ‘other’ Protestant natural law tradition.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

Scheiter, K. M. “John Locke on soul, person, and man’s greatest concernment.” 2004. – Chapter 3.

“Filosof John Locke,” special issue of Filosofický časopis, edited by Petr Glombíček and James Hill.

Glombíček, P. & Hill, J., eds. “Filosof John Locke.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Rogers, J. “Locke, Platón a platonismus.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Moural, J. “Kognitivní psychologie a Lockův podíl na utvářeni novověké filosofie.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Palkoska, J. “Lockovy nominální esence.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Hill, J. “Primární kvality, sekundární kvality a princip impulsu.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Glombíček, P. “Lockův skromný návrh nauky o znacích.” 2005. – Chapter 3.

Chotaš, J. “Locke o revoluci.” 2005. – Chapter 7.

Dokulil, M. “Jak se stal Locke málem deistou?” 2005. – Chapter 5.